Say NO To Tribulus When Choosing A Testosterone Booster
We look at the effects tribulus terrestris has on testosterone levels and whether the folk lore matches the scientific evidence.
LAST UPDATED: April 2019 by Ben.
Tribulus Terrestris: The Facts
If you are a regular reader of our site and particularly of our testosterone boosters you may have sensed my frustration and annoyance of tribulus.
It is not proven to increase testosterone on any level. 
In fact there are studies which discount any theory of possible androgenic properties of tribulus. 
Furthermore, there are some very real potential health issues if you are a woman and wish to supplement tribulus.
If you are pregnant, tribulus terrestris may harm the development of the fetus.
Tribulus may also decrease blood sugar levels which could be harmful for those with diabetes. 
Watch my short video as to why you should say no to any testosterone booster that includes tribulus.
Tribulus Review Video
Ben established this site to be a free resource in 2015. Since then it has gained over half a million visits. It explores the many avenues of fitness and uses supporting scientific evidence for any reviews or analysis of products.
Ben himself has been interested in fitness from an early age. He started playing rugby at the age of 6 for his town, county and school where he gained his full colors while also being in the Army Cadets. After graduating from university in 2005 with a BA(Hons) Ben moved to London and nurtured his love for weightlifting to support his rugby, he also became heavily involved with cycling. Ben also started skiing and recently joined the Army Reserve to further develop his capabilities.